A Putin advisor says Russia's federal censor should apologize for business disruptions

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German Klimenko, President Putin’s advisor on Internet development, said on Thursday that Roskomnadzor should issue an apology to the tech companies and online businesses whose services have been disrupted because of the millions of IP addresses blocked this week in the government’s efforts to cut access to Telegram.

Speaking on the television network NTV, Klimenko called on Roskomnadzor to act more carefully. The agency, meanwhile, still denies that its actions have caused any online collateral damage.